Monday, October 19, 2009

The Trilateral Commission: excerpt 6

Trilateral Candidates In The Stable: first-term Sen. Charles Robb (D-Va.) son-in-law of late former President Lyndon Johnson, has the inside shot at the Democratic Party's presidential nomination in 1992 or beyond - here's the primary reason why: not only is Robb a member of the Rockefeller family's Council on Foreign Relations, but he's also a member of the Trilateral Commission and already being promoted in Trilateral circles as the commission's next choice for the presidency - the Trilateralist's want to be sure that both major parties nominate candidates who, if they are not Trilateralist's, are at least amenable to the commission's demands.

thus, if he wants to be the Democratic Party's candidate against "former" Trilateralist George Bush in 1992, Robb can have the honor - and it would set him in line should he lose to be the front-runner for his party's nomination in the next election - interestingly, at least one Rockefeller linked source (the WASHINGTON TIMES newspaper, published by Korean industrialist and cult leader Sun Myung Moon, whose operations have been financed by the Rockefeller's for decades) has already trumpeted the possibility that Robb has considered changing, or is being pushed to change, parties and running for president on the Republican ticket - this is not altogether out of the realm of possibility - after all, Robb, a self-styled "moderate" who is out of step with the very liberal elements in the Democratic Party, has been a major critic of the more extreme forces which dominate his party - whatever the end result, Robb is very much on the front lines as a potential Trilateral "man on the white horse" in the future.

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